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Les Lane, Former Was SDU Great A former Sundance football player, Les Lane, pl,ayed .on the 1938 Uni'versity of S0rUth Dakota team, aeclai, med as 'one of the "Iron Teams" of the sport. The team's ,aecom,plLshments were reviewed in Don Lindner's recent ,col,t~mn in The Rapid City Journal. ~Lane 'was navaed ,as a Little &H-America tackle tkat year. Lindner quoted IMonk Johnson, former South Dako,ta ,sportscast- er, on the SI~U :ho.mecaming in 1938. Lane was a member of the squad, whi,ch suited t~p only 18 members to meet Morningside College's 50 players. By day's end, South ~Da,l~ota had won 13-0 and went on to win the con'fer- en,ce championship that year. Suncla,nce Man Attends Omaha Committee Meeting ~Lorin Harper, Sundance, a member of the Federal Land Bank .Stockholders Advisory Committee, rattended .a meeting at the committee in Oma,ha Oct. 20 and 21. Harper is a me,m~ber af the 12- man c(~mmi~ttee representing 50,- 000 members o~ Federal ~Lan.d Bank Associations in Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska .and Wyvming. The ,committee met with of- 'fi~i,als of ,the ,Federal Land 'Bank of ,Omaha to discuss trends in Sarm lending, operatir~g proced- ures of the Land Bank system ~nd agricultural conditions. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund~ca, Wyo. Oct. 30, 1969 For Snow Whether we have one inch or 20 inches, let us equip your car with With or without studs For .far driving this winter, inCall a pair of traction fires. You'll be glad you did. MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING OCTOBER 6, 1969 The Town Council met this day in regular session, there being present ~Malyor Gerald Popham, Counc$1men ~Bill D urfee, Glen Wyatt, Rex Dillon and Patterson Keller, City ,Marsha,1 L. ]3. Harness, City Comm. Allan Ectv~ards and .City Clerk ~hyHis ~,cLaughlin. The minutes .of the last regular meeting were read and approved. The report ,for the m,ont;h o,f .September s'ho~ved re,cipts as fol- lows: ,Licnses $15.00, Fine:s & Cost $53.00, Cigarette Tax $756.57, Sales Tax $607.94, Sewer and Water $5,738.76, Water 'Meter Deposits $50.00, 'Miscellaneeous $110.50. The folio,wing ,bills were read, approved .and ,warrants were ordered drawn for same. E~pendi,tures from the apprap.riated budget were ,as ~ollows: Salaries and ,Wages ................................................................................ $2,166.54 Light and Power ............................................................................... 246.83 General Operation .............................................................................. 216.25 Streets & Alleys .................................................................................... 718.20 (Mtt. ~ori~,h Cemetery .................................................................... 8.40 ~Meter ~efunds ............................................................................... 50.00 G. O. Water Bond & In~terest .......................................................... 5,112.50 Sewer & Water Expense ....................................................................... 1,058.41 City I)ump .................................................................................................. 404.58 Special Improvement D.ist. No. 1, ~nterest refund ......................... 40 The ~ol,lowing building permi~ ~as issued: A. E. Pickerd, ad- dition to house $100.00. Gen. Cam,missioner Allan Ed~cards reported that work 'for this year on the 3rd Street bridge .will be comp,leted ,when chain link fence ar- rives. The bid ~,or a Ci,ty Police ear was officially opened. The only bid .su,bmitted was 'from Tracy ~,otor ,Co., Sundance, in the ,amount o~ $2,100.00 ~trade difference, as .per qu,otati'on 10-5-69. ~otio~n by Durfee, seconded by Wyatt to acce~t bid of Tracy ~o~or Co. Motion carried. tMotion ,made by Wyatt to accept the ~vllo~virLg (Maintenance Yard Agreemer~t with the State HigITway Commission of Wyoming. AGREEMENT TtGS AGREe, m, ade .and enrtered into this 6 day of October, 19~ by and between the Town of Sundance, hereinafter designated as 'first party, and the State ~i.gh,way Commission of Wyoming, herein- a~ter designated as the second ~arty., WITNgSSE2~: .W~tEKF_~S, ,t'he 'first par~y is the o~vner of a part of the S~/~ NW~/4 of Section 23, T..51 ~N., R. 63 W., and WKEItEAS, the second party is desirous of obtaining he right and privilege to en,ter upon said land 'for the ,purpose o~ constructing oil storage tanks and loading docks; We Hunting Licenses Open 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. every day during November Complete Winchester, Remington, Savage Buck (Exclusive dealer, for Buck) Ph. 283-2274 '~, ~he first party is :agreeable to granting to such sec- ond party the right and privilege to eater upon said l~!:emises as stated above. ~NOW TSERgNPOPd/I, 'for and in consideration of the sum o~ One Dollar ($1.00), ,lancful .money of the United States, to ~irst party i~ hand l~aid by ~he second party, receipt wherefor is hereby acknowl" edged, the first party does hereby grant to said second party the right to enter upon said premises for ,the purpose stated above. Said gvant to extend ~from date hereof until the 1st day of Septem" ber 1974, subject to renewal for a like period if required by second party. It is 'furt~her m,utually agreed by and between the parties hereto, th,at ,the rgbt to so enter upon ,said premises and perform the ab'~,e described operation, is an exclusi, ve right given for valuable consm" eration to the second party, and said second party is hereby declared to be entitled to the ~ull enjoyme,n~ thereof during the time herein" above stated. ,IN W'IT~ WHEREOF, the parties hereto have hereunto af~ig" ed their signatures this 8 day o~ .OctOber, 1969. TOWN OF SU~NDA~CE Par~y of the First Part /s/ ~y Gerald W. Pol~ham, ~ayer A2S'EST: /s/ 'By /Phyllis MvLaughlin, City Clerk /s/ y Phyllis IMcLaughlin, City Clerk STATE HIGHWAY COIlVlDI:ISSION OF WYO~IlqG Party of Secand Part /s/ By R. G. Sta~p, Title: Superintendent A'I'rEST: /s/ By John W. Pl,act, Assistant Secretary. Seconded by Dillon, motion carried. ~MaFor G. W. P~pham reported the .city is still vcaiting ~tr a rep0~t 'from a Soil Conservation Service geologist an the possibilities of do" taining water in O,gden Canyon. Popham said he thought ,the geologi:st may suggest the ,city another ,well instead of developing the Ogden water arc this time. Royalty ,paid the city by the Wyoming ~-li@hway D~partment for water pumped under a,greemen~ ,N,o. 21039, from Attg. 20, 1969 i~ etud.ing Sept. 20, 1969, Project 1-90-4, amotmt to 12,417,700 gallons totaling $1,862.66. Ctiy Clerk Phyllis ~McLau~hlin requested permission to pu:rchase some new orifice furniture. ,Motion by Durfee, ,to allow City Cler~ $2,50 'far pro, Chase o~f new office 'furniture. Seconded ~by Dillon, mgtio~ carried. L. fL Harness gave his report ~or ~the monCh ~f September, vchich was accepted. ~No ~rther business, meeting ad,journed. Gerald W. Popham, (Mayor ATTEST: S~u~L: ~y~Hs M~Laughlin, City Clerk. e e Here's A Portion BIG GAME BAGS BINOCULARS RED HATS GAME SLINGS KEEPERS . GUN BELTS . GUN CASES CANTEENS SLEEPING BAGS COLEMAN FUEL WESTERN KNIVES RED HUNTING VESTS - 50 CAMP STOVES CAMP HEATERS & LANTERNS SundanC